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Perspective: Africa - Call for content

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Media 21st Nov 2016 Media Source Africa


We love your support, and to prove it here's an open invitation to check out the March issue (no download required - just open and read!): https://joom.ag/6VoQ

If you have something to say about Africa, we're putting together the next issue and would warmly welcome your submissions.
Previous contributors include: renowned photojournalists Max Bastard, James Whitlow Delano, Stanley Greene, and Anthony Karen, with additional photography by Cheryl Alexander, Jack Rice, Ian Brennan, and others.
We have also featured op-eds and essays by gifted writers like Ian Brennan, Jack Rice, Angela Turner, Mandy Tomson, and too many more to credit here.

To see the lists of content in the three previous issues, please visit the website at Perspective Publications.

Remember:
- Free advertorial space is available to non-profits and contributors.
- Commercial ad space is priced so low as to be silly (our overheads are low, and we're not greedy).
- We'll happily promote your work or organization.
- Opportunities to post additional content on the website at Perspective or at Skambha Village (www.skambha-village.org).

Please don't hesitate to get in touch with me directly at editor@perspective-publications.com.
There is also a lot of additional information at the website: Perspective Publications.


Perspective: Africa, Call for content

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Perspective: Africa - the humanitarian media journal is now available in South African Rands (and other currencies)

A large part of Perspective Publication's mission is to raise awareness of Africa, and that includes making the Journal accessible to all. That's why we keep it informative, interesting, AND easy to read, no matter where you are in the world.

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